No problems and it works great. If you are in the same area for ...
Amazon Customer, Amazon
3 August 2015
Summary: No problems and it works great. If you are in the same area for your rides, it finds the satellites very quickly. If you've traveled to a different area (I went from Utah to Idaho), it took a minute or two to catch up with the change.
Summary: It loses GPS connection in every 1-2 miles. It takes several minutes for it to reconnect. Not sure whether this is its usual behavior , which should not be. So while biking , the course track is lost and I am not sure the exact number of miles/speed in which I rode. Not happy with the product.
Summary: This thing works great. Does just what it says, and seems very accurate. I also like that it's just this one piece of hardware (plus mount) on the bike, and doesn't require sensors on the frame and wheel like other computers.
Summary: To begin, I highly recommend this to anyone who cycles for fitness at a beginner to intermediate level. The Unit - This is a fantastic basic bike computer. The unit operates on a series of GPS signals to compute in real time the speed, distance traveled, calories burned, etc.
Summary: This is a simple computer to record miles to Endomondo & Strava. I set it to remind me to drink or eat every 20-30 min. Easy to upload data to those two sites. Durable. The rubber bands & locking device are compatible with most fat stems and handle bars.
Summary: I bought this because I was tired of dealing with my phone and MapMyRide. The Connect software allows one to link this device to a MapMyRide account to share data. I was looking at the more expensive models and settled on this one. I have no regrets as it does everything but turn by turn.
Summary: Lots of fun, and backed up by Garmin quality. It is fun to make your own routes using Garmin's website. When used in ride mode, the device will track your location and you can view your route on the map when you get home.